Insignia™ - 32" Class - LED - 720p - HDTV

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Sit back and relax with this Insignia 32-inch LED TV. It offers HD resolutions so that you can enjoy good quality video and broadcasts with deep blacks and rich colors, and it includes two HDMI inputs for DVD players and consoles. The 178-degree viewing angle ensures everyone can gather round this Insignia 32-inch LED TV.

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What's Included

  • Insignia 32" Class (31.5" Diag.) - LED - 720p - HDTV
  • Remote control
  • 2x AAA batteries
  • TV stands
  • 4x M4 screws
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1341 out of 1381)


720p resolution for quality HD images

Watch broadcast TV and DVDs in high definition.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

Two 5W speakers

Feature DTS Sound.

Two HDMI inputs for home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers a full 720p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable (HDMI cable is not included).

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

Wide 178° viewing angle provides a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

One USB input

Easily connect your digital camera or other USB device to view compatible JPEG files.

Manage the viewing experience for your kids

The built-in V-chip lets you block content based on program ratings and check ratings of unfamiliar programs.

Overall customer rating

would recommend to a friend



  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great picture but tinny sound

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I needed a new TV for the master bedroom. It sits in an armoire and a 32" diagonal is the largest that will fit. After researching the selection online, I decided on the Insignia™ - 32" Class (31.5" Diag.) - LED - 720p - HDTV. I didn't need a smart TV just wanted nice HDTV. One of the reasons I went with this one was the advertised DTS sound. More on that later. The TV itself is decent enough. The quality of construction was good with no apparent defects. Screen was perfect no bad areas and the lighting and brightness were fine. A good number of inputs, HDMI, USB, RCA, COAX, and Digital optical out for a TV of this size. Shouldn't be issues with hookups. The stand is just meh at best. Two plastic "V" shaped feet that screw on the bottom on the ends. Stable but flimsy and hard to swivel. Seems like the feet idea for the stand was just an afterthought. Like the manufacturer felt everyone would wall mount the TV anyways. The picture quality while only 720P looked spectacular hooked up to my DISH Hopper /Joey's. Crisp, clear, and easily seen from both the front and sides. Hard to believe you can get this good of a picture on a sub $120.00 TV. The Joey box instantly found the new remote for the TV and set it automatically. YAY!! No more hours of trying different codes. OK last but not least that advertised DTS sound. The speakers in this TV sound tinny. There's no other way to say it. They are plenty loud enough but the tone suffers. Not what I expected considering how well the rest of the TV is. Considering the very small and thin cabinets on these type of TV's I wasn't expecting theater quality sound but it could sound better. There is a tinniness to the speakers that IMO is annoying. It's easily heard even downstairs. I have the tone control on the TV set with the treble all the way down and the bass all the way up and have a towel under the speakers to muffle it a bit and yet it still has that certain frequency that sounds tinny. The TV sits inside the wardrobe so it's enclosed in a semi-box. With that setup it should increase the low frequencies but it still suffers poor tone from the internal speakers. In all fairness just about all of the TV's of this type have somewhat poor sound so it's hit or miss. My background as a musician tells me the TV speakers are cheap. There is plenty of power in the TV to drive them, they just can't reproduce decent sound. Sad because you have a DTS capable TV with crummy speakers. I won't return it though because the picture and hookups are ideal for my current use. I'll probably add a small soundbar down the road but I can't fit one in the wardrobe space right now. A decent TV worth the price but the sound suffers. That's just my opinion, yours may differ. I would recommend it but with a warning about the speakers. I've added pictures of the stand leg and the towel I placed under the speakers.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Chose This over Roku Insignia/Sharp

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    The biggest complaints for the other ROKU-imbedded TV choices were the minimal Roku remote with no numbers. This one has a more regular remote which like most TVs today it depends on since there are no controls on the TV. Choosing numbers/letters on a screen keyboard is pain. The TV itself is very light,8.5 lbs.One reason I did not give it 5 stars, is, I nearly stripped the screws on one side putting the feet underneath the TV. Should not have soft metal(aluminum?) for such a task. Not a great TV using the antenna( got 15 digital channels using an indoor RCA flat panel) and only one local network channel(CBS) at that. To be fair, it was in the basement so reception wasn't great, pixelation was an issue but the colors are bright and very good. I will extend the antenna higher up next and see what happens. However, sticking an HDMI. Roku Express does wonders with WIFI(Verizon Fios)on this TV. Images and channels were sharp(despite it's 720p rating) with no problems. Definitely a excellent low cost TV for streaming. Wish it has 3 HDMI ports so I can also stick a DVD player and Cable but, most likely with streaming, you really don't need it. I got it on sale for under $120 which is awesome consider I paid $1800 for my main 40" Sony LCD TV a few years ago. No missing pixels so far, so far so good. I would definitely recommend this as a second or third TV for a guest room, dorm, basement or garage. 4.5 stars is my true rating.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Decent picture, but audio lag is a deal-breaker


    I've had a couple of smaller Insignia TVs in the past and they were quite good for the price, so I went with the brand again for this 32" LED. This time, I was not satisfied. The picture seemed very good, but the audio lagged behind the video. Now, in some cases video can run late, and that can be adjusted with this set's Audio Delay setting. But there's nothing to make up for late audio, and that was this set's downfall. I tested with the cable box and my blu-ray player, on both HDMI ports, and became it clear that the problem was in the TV. The lag was worst when the TV was started cold, improving somewhat after a few minutes but still lagging enough to be noticeable in speech and sound effects. At $129 the price was great, but this was a case of getting what I paid for. I returned the Insignia and replaced it with a Vizio D32, and the difference is well worth the extra money, with a picture that is far better and no sync problem at all.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent TV for an Excellent Price

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I had been searching for TV in this size (32" and under) for awhile after our 5-year-old Samsung TV finally quit working. I already owned another (older) Insignia 32" TV so I was already quite familiar with this brand. Even though it is only a 32" TV and only has 720p resolution, it gets a razor-sharp picture and has surprisingly good sound from the small speakers. This set was purchased for use in a small room and will spend most of its time attached to a game console. I was also fortunate to catch a break on the price as Best Buy ran a one day sale so I grabbed it for only $99. Still, even at its full price ($149) I'm happy enough with the TV to give it a 5-star recommendation. For peace of mind, I'd also recommend and encourage adding the extended warranty (2 year plans like mine are as low as $29). Both this Insignia TV and the Geek Squad protection come highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great tv for budget, size and quality!!!

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I went to store after researching for a new tv and found the best prices and selection at Best Buy. The salesmen were all very friendly, personable, and very helpful. I was looking to buy another brand when they explained that Insignia is the BB label! I could not find any appreciable difference in this tv compared to the big name comparison. The specs were identical and this tv was 50.00 cheaper. I bought it on clearance, took it home and hooked it up... a breeze... and it is awesome! Although not listed, it does have CC!! This was a something that I was willing to forgo if I had to in order to stay in my budget, but wow..this tv has it all and it has all I need and then some!!!! Thank You Best Buy!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Purchase - Value for Money

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    I had read lot of reviews before buying this TV, I must say that so far it has met upto expectations. Picture quality is good, leg assembling was very easy. Sufficient no. of ports have been provided inline with cost so no regrets there. Some users have mentioned issues with speaker volume and that its very low. So far not faced any such issue. Lightweight and can be easily moved across rooms. 32' inch size felt perfect than going for large size bulky models. Didn't felt much difference with it being a non HD(1080p) model. Overall happy with Picture and Video quality with Netflix. !!! Hoping for same level of performance for some more time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Exceptional TV

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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I was looking to purchase an inexpensive TV (not a smart TV etc.) for my girlfriend's mom for her bedroom. She didn't need all the bells and whistles just an HDTV. This unit was on sale. I purchased online on Monday and it was at my house on Wednesday. This TV was perfect for the purpose. It was hooked to an outside antenna and immediately found 60 plus channels. It was so easy to set up and operate. It is a 720 p with excellent color and resolution. For a second TV or one for the bedroom, this is just what the doctor ordered. We were very pleased with thevset. I highly recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    disappointed by live chat help


    While checking out Insignia 32" LED 720P TV on line , LIVE CHAT offers to answer product questions. Response to ," Does this TV have both a SLEEP TIMER feature and an ON TIMER feature ? was " YES " but the correct answer is " NO ". The TV itself is fine but having to purchase the unit and get it home only to find out that it's not what you asked for is extremely disappointing , especially when the wrong answer comes from the group that you would assume would have more exposure to the products they sell.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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